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Old 03-24-2012, 04:50 PM   #1
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X pipe, H pipe, or Pro Chamber

Hey guys,
I'm fixing to buy headers, and want to know which mid pipe to go with. I'm looking for low end power! I'm running MAC Boom Tubes muffler deletes with glasspaks welded in!
I'm running about 313rwhp and just need more
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I have headers an o/rx. X will give u little more power, but I personally think the H sounds better. Not shur but I think the prochamber will give u the sound and performance. If your going catless ur gonna need mufflers.
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I have headers an o/rx. X will give u little more power, but I personally think the H sounds better. Not shur but I think the prochamber will give u the sound and performance. If your going catless ur gonna need mufflers.
Iv got glass packs and resonator tips (boom tubes) I plan on buying a set of h/f cats to swap on and off I'm looking for all out power I'm not really worried about sound thanks for the info
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Re: X pipe, H pipe, or Pro Chamber

Is the car tuned?
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I've seen dyno results showing H pipe giving higher HP gains over X pipes.
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X pipes are meant for 5.0's or built motors....H pipes have a deeper sound and work great with 4.6's
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If your looking for all out power and don't care about sound then the X-pipe is the way to go!.. But if you want a bit of a deeper tone then H-pipe!.. The ProChamber will give you a little combination of the two!..
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Is the car tuned?
Oh yes! The car is tuned running 313 to the tires stock was 246 rwhp

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If your looking for all out power and don't care about sound then the X-pipe is the way to go!.. But if you want a bit of a deeper tone then H-pipe!.. The ProChamber will give you a little combination of the two!..
I'm leaning more towards the prochamber on of my friends has an x pipe and he hates it he says he lost power in the low end with it
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Oh yes! The car is tuned running 313 to the tires stock was 246 rwhp

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I'm leaning more towards the prochamber on of my friends has an x pipe and he hates it he says he lost power in the low end with it
Ya X-pipes do tend to be a little more for higher rpms!..
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I got long tubes and a hpipe hiflos and magnapacks huge difff man hpipe is def better with low end tq
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I got long tubes and a hpipe hiflos and magnapacks huge difff man hpipe is def better with low end tq
Have you compared this to a X pipe on your S197?
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Have you compared this to a X pipe on your S197?
My "mod buddy" has almost the same set up he has an x and he gets 324rwhp but his Low end doesn't exist he regrets the x pipe
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